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Vermont is situated within close proximity to other New England states such as Massachusetts and New Hampshire and New York on its western side. Vermont also borders Canada on the north. Unlike other New England states, Vermont does not have a coastline along the Atlantic Ocean.

But this does not take away from all the fun that can be had in Vermont. Vermont is a very small state that is big on breath-taking scenarios and lots of activities for the average vacationer.

Vermont is known as the place for dairy products and for its maple syrup as well. There are also several chocolate factories in Vermont that are worth visit if only to take away a few samples back home with you.

If you chose to visit Vermont in the fall, then you can experience cross-country skiing. Vermont has a rich history involving skiing as it was the state that had the first alpine ski lift in Woodstock. In addition Bill Koch, the first US person to win a gold medal in the Olympics lived in Vermont and won in Nordic skiing. Skiing in Vermont is a grand affair as the state is equipped with several acres of alpine terrain, trails, and lifts to accommodate the beginner to the skiing professional.

If skiing is not your thing but water sports is, then you can choose to go sailing, fishing, swimming, kayaking or even scuba diving in Vermont's waters. Lake Champlain is one of the more popular places for water sporting activities. There are rivers like The Batten Kill and Winooski which are great for fishing among other water sports.

Vermont has over 800 lakes and a few ponds as well which are great spots for the ultimate relaxation. The waters are still and since there are no power-craft allowed here, you can enjoy the serene outdoors with family and a good picnic at the lake. At the lake, one can also indulge in canoeing or kayaking.

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